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The healing of the families is an essential part of the reintegration of release offenders.  

Our volunteers provide social, emotional and spiritual support to released offenders and their families. 

We encourage the families of offenders to visit their loved ones in prison.  

Where necessary were assists with material aid, especially for the children.





Programmes Sponsored


Construction Education & Training Authority (CETA)

Bursary Programme

Electrical Skills Programme

Services SETA

Bursary Programme

Rotary Club of Newlands

Bursary Programme

Community Chest

Operational Costs

Better Life Organisation

Basic Education Programme

Mensen Met Een Missie

Project Cost

South African Bishop’s Conference (SACBC) – Lenten Appeal

Restorative Justice Programme

National Lotteries Commission

Adult Basic Education & Training Bursaries (ABET)

Aftercare Support

Volunteer Reimbursements


Child Nutrition Programme

Food Parcel Programme

Personnel Salaries & Benefits

Personnel Training

Restorative Justice Programme (RJ)

Collaborative Partners


Catholic Welfare and Development (CWD)

Buckets of Love

Knights of Da Gama

Food Parcels

Parents with a Passion – Lansdowne Parish

Bags of love and Christmas Gifts


For your easy referencing, download a copy of PCSN’s NPO certificate. Should you require any further information, please contact our officers on email: prisoncarenetwork@gmail.com.


Please consider making a donation to the Prison Care and Support Network:


Banking Details :

Bank                              :         Standard Bank of South Africa
Account Number            :         071482830
Branch                           :         05009
SWIFT                            :         SVZAZAJJ

















Notes of gratitude expressed by our beneficiaries

Basic Education Beneficiary

Liewe Meneer/Mevrou
Dankie vir die skool kleure wat u hulle vir ons gekoop het.  Ons waardeer dit baie.  Ons het dit ook gewaardeer toe u hulle vir ons presente vir Kersfees gekoop het.  En ons waardeer dit nou nog.
Baie Dankie


A letter of gratitude from a bursary recipient:
Once again I greet you in the wonderful name of our Lord Jesus Christ and Saviour.

I just want to say to you thank you very much for the funding of the two prescribed textbooks for my studies at UNISA.  I really do not know what to say. But for you individually to me I crown you as the woman of the year. Prison Care and Support Network really plays a big role in the transformation of my life and I appreciate that immensely.


The Restorative Justice programme was very helpful. I learned to take responsibility for my crime; to let go of my pains that I’m going through; to look forward to my future; to build a relationship with God; to choose to have peace and forgive myself first.


Letter from one of our bursary recipients:
I would like to formally submit my appreciation to Prison Care and Support Network for the financial assistance to fund for my studies for the 1st semester of 2017 academic year.
As I always say it, when it comes to tell my gratitude to Prison Care and Support Network, it is like I am saying one thing over and over again since Prison Care and Support Network has always been there for me. The only way I think would be appropriate for me to show my gratitude is to produce good results as much as possible. In conclusion, I must say it
once more that I truly appreciate what the organization is doing for me.


A letter received from the parent of a  beneficiary:

We, the (name removed to protect beneficiary’s identity). family want to thank Prison Care for the love and support that we have received from you.  My daughter says, "Thank you for the school uniform and especially the rain jacket."  We appreciate all that you do for us as family


Restorative Justice programme was a help as it allowed me to make peace with my family and to receive love from my family as they used to be very disappointed in me. I have moved closer to God now.











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